The sensor detections led to more than 1,100 pounds of seized drugs.
If commandos get a new weapon or sensor, it probably will be used on a real mission or battlefield.
If a given tackle exceeds a certain level of force, the sensor is activated and the player is notified to seek medical attention.
When said light enters your bloodstream only a portion is reflected and returned to the sensor thus giving you your readout.
U.S. combat aircraft have their own sensor packages that verify targets and check for potential harm to nearby civilians.
sensor technologies are grouped into four areas: active, passive, imbedded, and processing.
The 2d we lodged at a sensor called Assambine, eleven miles, where were only a few poor cottages.
Id have rote you sooner only the sensor wont let me tell where I am an I couldnt think of nothin else to say.
When you shot down that sensor, the starship did not retaliate, but went on without taking any notice of you.
Then the CAD people added an algorithm that would take the sensor data and generate random variations on the same basis.
sensor sen·sor (sěn'sər, -sôr')
A device, such as a photoelectric cell, that receives and responds to a signal or stimulus.
See sense organ.
An electronic device used to measure a physical quantity such as temperature, pressure or loudness and convert it into an electronic signal of some kind (e.g a voltage). Sensors are normally components of some larger electronic system such as a computer control and/or measurement system.
Analog sensors most often produce a voltage proportional to the measured quantity. The signal must be converted to digital form with a ADC before the CPU can process it.
Digital sensors most often use serial communication such as EIA-232 to return information directly to the controller or computer through a serial port.